Super Punch-Out!! Coming to Switch

Hamster will be publishing the 1984 Nintendo boxing game Arcade Archives Super Punch-Out!! on the Nintendo Switch eShop on August 14.

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Raiders 5 Coming to Switch

Hamster will be publishing the shooting puzzle game Arcade Archives Raiders 5 on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (May 21) priced at ¥838 / $7.99. Game description, screenshots, and trailer added below…

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Radical Radial Coming to Switch

Hamster will be publishing the 1982 Nichibutsu shoot ’em up Arcade Archives Radical Radial on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (May 14) priced at ¥838. Game description and Switch screenshots added below…

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VS. Wrecking Crew Now Available!

Hamster have just published the 1984 Nintendo arcade title game VS. Wrecking Crew on the Japanese Switch eShop as part of its Arcade Archives series priced at ¥838. The game supports both Japanese and English, and requires 38 MB. VS. Wrecking Crew sees Mario and Luigi swap their plumber’s caps for hard hats as they take on the role of demolition engineers! Switch screenshots added below…

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VS. Wrecking Crew Launches This Week

Hamster will be publishing the 1984 Nintendo platform game Arcade Archives VS. Wrecking Crew for Nintendo Switch this week (May 1). More follows. Other Arcade Archives titles newly revealed include the 1982 Nichibutsu shoot ’em up Radical Radial, the 1985 Nichibutsu shoot ’em up MagMax, and the 1985 UPL maze shooting game Raiders 5. [Thanks, Ryokutya]

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BurgerTime And More Coming to Switch

Hamster’s 247th Arcade Archiver livestream saw gameplay of the newly released Tube Panic, a phone call with Take-san of G-mode and gameplay of the first two “G-MODE Archives” series titles (Flyhight Cloudia and Ai to Roudou no Hibi), and the announcement of new Data East titles to be added to the “Arcade Archives” line-up for both Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, with the 1982 platform game BurgerTime, the 1982 racing game Burnin’ Rubber, the 1989 beat ’em up Trio The Punch – Never Forget Me… (pictured), and the 1986 vertically scrolling shoot ’em up Darwin 4078. Check out the Schedule for a near-complete list of all upcoming games coming to Japan.

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